Sharing & Dropbox integration need improvements I enjoy Gina's various podcasts and value her insights and opinions on a wide range of topics. So, when I needed a to-do list app I was excited to be able to try hers and throw a few bucks her way. I'm only on day 2 with the app, so maybe there is a way to do this that I haven't figured out yet. But, I'd really like to be able to: 1- restrict directory access in drop box. 2- It needs better sharing. I like to team up with others. We should be able to share/edit, update lists between multiple people.
Great accessibility for blind users This app works great with talk back, the screen reader that's built into Android and made by Google. The only suggestion I would put in is maybe have a setting to prioritize tasks by importance. It was kind of confusing when I started swiping across the icons, and all the screen reader would say was different letters of the alphabet. Otherwise keep up the good work, I love all about Android and listen to it every week.
Works perfectly While I do wish it would have an ad-supported version so I could try it out before paying, Todo.txt was a solid purchase. It isnt the prettiest interface in the world, but it works very well. Its become an integral part of my work along with Todo.txt CLI on my Linux and Mac machines. The fact that I can now manage that same todo list on the go is a godsend.
Superb This is the best to do app in the Play Store, hands down! A few suggestions: 1. Some way of attaching due dates without creating a calendar entry. If I wanted to use Google Calendar for todos then I would be doing that already. 2. Check boxes! 2. Customisation options for the widget: larger/smaller text, check boxes.
Dropbox dependency It's a fine app with good GTD notation, open source with companion CLI, desktop and web apps. ...My only problem is that I no longer use Dropbox and you have to sign in using a Dropbox account. ....You could do that and then choose to not sync but it would be nice to see other options. .....I am now trying Simpletask Cloudless which looks like a handy fork. ....Gina is an inspirational writer, podcaster & dev, I'm just a bit more concerned in a post-Snowden world.
I love the idea of this app; I am able to keep a copy of the todo.txt file on my computers and edit it using my favorite text editor (vim) and when I am not near a computer I can use this app - but the app still needs work. Pros: It is easy to add and modify priorities. It is easy to add contexts and identify and associated projects. It also has a capability to automatically archive completed tasks. Cons: The sorting function needs work; there is no way to sort based on contexts or projects. Also, there is no filter capability yet. I want to be able to look at only tasks related to a project or a context. Finally, while it isn't difficult to modify contexts or projects, it isn't as easy as it is to modify priorities. I have only recently discovered this app so I don't know how actively this project is developed. If this is actively developed, and these basic features are implemented soon, I will feel that this was well worth the relatively high purchase price. At this point I can only give it 3 stars but I have high expectations. I am certainly not going to remove it from my phone.
* Sort tasks by date asc or desc
* Schedule task(s) on your calendar from the action bar menu
* Save list scroll position when showing another screen, restore it when redisplayed
* Show priorities A-Z (not just E)
* Migrate data to internal storage, no longer require external storage access
* Fix "failed to load folder list from Dropbox" bug
* Fix landscape view on a tablet when the list is empty
* When not logged in, redirect to login screen
* Fix NullPointerException when clearing filter